U.S. housing starts increased in March but single-family home construction pulled back, which could spell continued inventory shortages and rapid price increases for buyers in the coming months. Total housing starts increased 1.9% in March from the previous month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.319 million, the Commerce Department said Tuesday.
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